posted on May, 20 2012 @ 10:48 AM
Originally posted by BladeRunner5050
In the movie National Treasure, Nicholas Cage has to go on a treasure hunt looking for abstract clues. He found a treasure map on the declaration of
independence in invisible ink . A treasure that the knights of the Templar moved around and others that was in a lot of famous places and peoples
hands. It seems to me some of these big budget million dollar movies have a lot of people working for them maybe some in the know or illuminati. Or
one of the country's leading markets movies someone around to send a certain subliminal or hush hush what we are not allowed to talk about.
There is a lot of "symbolism" in movies and tv. The triangle/eye is literally everywhere. However, in movies in which it is in some way tied to the
plot or subject matter, I don't put too much emphasis on them. National treasure, A Scanner Darkly, and Tomb Raider for instance, all have those
symbols, but it's relative to the subject matter so I can't call that subliminal. There are many, many movies in which it is not relative to the
subject matter,and yet it is still there. It's really strange how often you see it, actually.